Your IT job search 2019: A practical guide

Your IT job search 2019: A practical guide

IT job searching requires patience and strategy. Our how-to guide shares advice from your peers who’ve overcome the challenges and won the plum jobs for IT professionals and IT leaders.

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January 08, 2019

When the calendar page turns and the New Year begins, many IT professionals bear down on finding a new job. Perhaps you’ve made a resolution to take a concrete step toward your dream IT leadership role. Perhaps you’ve realized your career is in a rut. Or perhaps a toxic boss or stagnant culture has taken the joy out of your current job. The good news: You’ve already made progress by deciding to search and make a change.

At The Enterprisers Project, we are here to make it hurt less. We’ve gathered up the best IT job search advice from IT professionals, IT leaders, and recruiters, to make your job hunt as productive as possible. Our how-to-guide shares practical strategies to help you:

  • Know when it's time to find a new IT job 
  • Get a stalled IT career back on track
  • Bolster your resume and LinkedIn profile
  • Show your emotional intelligence at interviews 
  • Negotiate your salary 
  • And more 

Are you ready to say goodbye to that old job and hello to new opportunities? Download our guide for essential lessons to get you started.

IT job searching in 2019: A practical guide

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